- v. Simple past tense and past participle of thin.
- adj. mixed with water
“Second winter my blood had thinned from the altitude and boy what a difference.”
“As the rain thinned, so that the crackle of it on deck became less noisy, he was attracted by a sound from out over the water.”
“Thus if lots of fossil fuels are burned, the “normal” ratio of 13C/12C will be thinned, which is what is observed.”
“The mode of working is as follows: For shell plates, from five-eighths inch to seven-eighths inch thick, to warm each to a dark red heat before rolling, having previously drilled a few holes to template for bolting the strakes together; the longitudinal seams are usually lap joints treble riveted, requiring the corners to be thinned, which is done after rolling.”
“You know, I hate with a red hot passion when women are "thinned" or "youthified" for these covers, but at least I understand it.”
“They were pretty thick early in the week, and they've kind of thinned out and now let the Republican protest.”
“When the foot does not allow of the removal of much horn at the toe, what is termed a 'thinned' tip is to be preferred.”
“A judicious application of hard acrylic fingernail goop (I've never figured out why they paint nails but called it polish) or 'thinned' epoxy glue will build up enough surface to solve most loose-fit problems.”
“My kind-hearted husband wasn't upset about the "thinned" beans.”
“we both grew up there but having acclimated to georgia weather for 10 years our blood had "thinned”
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